Starting yesterday (March 6) and continuing through this Saturday (March 10), Wyoming is holding its County Conventions, the second stage of Wyoming's process, following last month's caucuses.
12 counties select one delegate each directly to Tampa; the other 11 select alternates. All counties elect delegates to the State Convention (April 12-14), which selects the remaining 14.
On March 6, Big Horn
, Teton, Washakie
, and Weston
counties held their conventions. Bolded counties chose a delegate to Tampa.
In Laramie County, Romney narrowly won the delegate
Romney also won in Natrona, Big Horn
, and Washakie
counties, while Paul won in Weston.
Romney's wins in Big Horn and Washakie were to be expected (he won majorities there in last month's caucuses). Santorum had won Natrona and Laramie in February (with pluralities), so Romney did better than expected. Paul had won a narrow plurality in Weston, and hung on there.
Niobrara County holds its convention this evening (March 7).